1. Protesters chanting slogans (in Turkish) "Free press can not be silenced"
2. Poster with picture of of Sebnem Korur Fincanci reading (in Turkish) "She is not alone"
3. Protesters listening to speaker
4. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Hilan Nesin, wife of arrested journalist Ahmet Nesin:
"My husband is in jail for nothing but defending peoples' right to freedom of information. He has been jailed only because he was showing solidarity with his colleagues. But they have created a perception of him as 'terrorist'."
5. Protesters chanting slogans (in Turkish) "Detentions, arrests, oppression can not intimidate us"
6. Protester chanting (in Turkish) "Free press cannot be silenced"
7. Poster of Ahmet Nesin, Sebnem Korur Fincanci and Erol Onderoglu (from screen left to right) reading (in Turkish) "Thinking cannot be jailed"
"As my mother said in her defence statement yesterday, we have arrived the beginning of the end (of Turkey's President Erdogan's policies) with these last three arrests. Our patience is wearing thin. From now on, it is our time (to act). Thank you."
10. Close up of poster reading (in Turkish) "Director of Turkey Human Rights Foundation, Sebnem Korur Fincanci, should be released immediately."
11. Tilt down of protester holding Ozgur Gundem newspaper
12. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Inan Kizilkaya, employee at Ozgur Gundem:
"The message is very clear. It is being said to the people and journalists, "if you touch the (daily news) agenda, you will be harmed." But we are as clear as them. If the solidarity angers them that much, it means we are on the right track. It means we will be more shoulder to shoulder, and be hand in hand. There is no other way out of this darkness and out of this swamp."
13. Protesters chanting slogans (in Turkish) "Long live solidarity against fascism"
14. Top shot of protest
15. Various of Ozgur Gundem newspaper offices and journalist working
16. Close-up keyboard
17. Journalist writing the name of people who have volunteered to act as acting editor of chief
18. Ozgur Gundem's front page with headline reading (in Turkish) "Purposeful solidarity"
Dozens gathered in Istanbul on Tuesday to demonstrate against the arrests of two journalists and an academic over charges of disseminating "terrorist propaganda."
Reporters Without Borders' Erol Onderoglu, along with journalist Ahmet Nesin and academic Sebnem Korur Fincanci, had participated in a solidarity campaign in support of Ozgur Gundem, a pro-Kurdish publication subject to multiple investigations and lawsuits.
State-run Anadolu Agency said the three acted as chief editors for a day for the publication, and the issues they edited in May and earlier in June included alleged terrorist propaganda.
The arrest of the three was ordered after they testified before the public prosecutor.
Press freedom advocates warn that freedom of expression has dramatically declined in Turkey, where lawsuits against journalists, academics and other public figures are common.
More than a dozen journalists are in prison, although the government insists they have been jailed for criminal activity, not journalistic work.